In 2015, NIRSA announced the Small College and Community College Task Force. The goal of this task force was to bring the needs of staff at small programs forward as well as to evaluate current
As collegiate recreation professionals, no matter our title, most of us are first and foremost in the business of developing students and creating opportunities for deliberative student learning. College campuses should be places where students
The NIRSA Assembly, a leadership group made up of NIRSA professional and student members as well as non-NIRSA members, is the think-tank for the future of collegiate recreation. They are focused on identifying, analyzing, and researching
It is with tremendous sadness we share news that the NIRSA family lost one of its giants on Friday, June 9, with the passing of Jesse A. “Tony” Clements. Tony was 68 years old and
The 2018 Emerging Recreational Sports Leader’s Conference will make its way to the campus of Florida International University in the sunny Biscayne Bay area January 18–20. This year’s conference theme is “Make Every Connection Matter,”
Each year, incoming members of the NIRSA Board of Directors visit NIRSA Headquarters for an annual orientation. This year, Headquarters also hosted our first NIRSA Foundation Board of Directors orientation, which included all Board members.
On behalf of NIRSA’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Commission, I invite you to take some time this week to review the resources below. Whether you choose to integrate them into an upcoming staff training or